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Chile Pies (& Ice Cream) Second Location Opening in the Castro

Chile Pies (& Ice Cream) Second Location Opening in the Castro

I’ve always taken pride in the fact that a little spot in my my neighborhood has won praise from the New York Times and Yahoo! Travel. I’m talking about Chile Pies (& Ice Cream), the little shop from the owners of Green Chile Kitchen up…

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Street Food Party Invades the Mission this Weekend

Street Food Party Invades the Mission this Weekend

Thousands of people are expected to descend upon the Mission District in San Francisco this Saturday for the 3rd annual La Cocina San Francisco Street Food Festival.

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San Francisco: America’s Dining Destination

San Francisco: America’s Dining Destination

The Bay Area dining scene received some well-deserved props yesterday from Huffington Post in recognition for having the most Michelin-stars of any city in North America.

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Famed Chef Ferran Adrià Coming to SF

Famed Chef Ferran Adrià Coming to SF

He is widely regarded as one of the best if not the best chef in the entire world. After closing the doors on “the world’s best restaurant” El Bulli recently, Ferran Adrià is headed to the Bay Area to talk all things food in October.

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Local Company Offers Unique Provisions for Burning Man

Local Company Offers Unique Provisions for Burning Man

The annual trek to the Nevada desert known as Burning Man is coming up at the end of the month. And before you head off for the weeklong festivities, you may want to check out what one Bay Area company that focuses on catering and…

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Glen Park Farmers’ Market Extends Season

Glen Park Farmers’ Market Extends Season

One of San Francisco’s newest farmers market has extended its season through November.

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Cup Opens in Glen Park

Cup Opens in Glen Park

Unless you are a San Francisco native or have a work shuttle that drops you off at the BART station, chances are you haven’t ventured out to the Glen Park neighborhood lately. Or ever. But now you have a reason: a new coffee shop simply…

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Daniel Patterson Makes Summer Soup

Daniel Patterson Makes Summer Soup

Have you ever wondered what a well-renowned chef cooks while he or she is at home?  A recent “My Go-To” video from Chow takes us into a day in the life of Daniel Patterson, chef/owner of Coi in San Francisco.

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Outside Lands Field Report: Day 1

Outside Lands Field Report: Day 1

Friday marked the first of three action-packed days in Golden Gate Park for the annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival. Yum Blog was on location scouting out the best of the fest so that you know what to hit up and what to avoid…

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Whole-Roasted Hog: Thursdays at The Pub

Whole-Roasted Hog: Thursdays at The Pub

Thursday nights just got a whole lot more delicious now that The Pub (851 Beach Street) is offering slow smoked pork from a succulent, whole-roasted pig on a weekly basis.

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Elizabeth Falkner Keeping a Busy Schedule

Elizabeth Falkner Keeping a Busy Schedule

It’s amazing that chef Elizabeth Falkner has time for anything right now.

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The Bay Area’s Obsession With Anthony Bourdain

The Bay Area’s Obsession With Anthony Bourdain

If you are a foodie here in the Bay Area and keep up with the latest news, you will probably know that Anthony Bourdain was in town this week filming for his new Travel Channel show, “The Layover.”

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